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Re: return of the live gigs

Postby Tom Waits For No One » 07 Feb 2024, 14:26

naughty boy wrote:Pete 'Pie' Wylie


He has been known to call himself Pete Loaf.

Hugh wrote:Pete Wylie & The Mighty Wah!

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Re: return of the live gigs

Postby Hugh » 07 Feb 2024, 17:34

Tom Waits For No One wrote:
naughty boy wrote:Pete 'Pie' Wylie


He has been known to call himself Pete Loaf.

Hugh wrote:Pete Wylie & The Mighty Wah!

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A crop of the head shot would make a great Gentle Giant album sleeve.


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Re: return of the live gigs

Postby Hugh » 10 Feb 2024, 20:10

Dead Men Walking (Jake Burns, Kirk Brandon, Dave Ruffy and Seggs)

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Re: return of the live gigs

Postby Hightea » 15 Feb 2024, 05:04

Fun week in Las Vegas with Super Bowl going on but was there for two nights of U2 at the sphere. While it had been a long time since I was hanging with the early true fans of a band waiting for GA. Had to go in the morning to get wristband, ended up with a spot on the rail(my goal as 1st nite was 4 rows back and knee was giving out at end of show) between Bono and Edge. Security gives you free water too(water was $18 at the sphere-drinks were $30), Fun talking to fans that only see u2 and tell them I see 40+ bands a year they looked at me crazy. The visuals and sound were amazing at the Sphere a real game changer.

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Re: return of the live gigs

Postby naughty boy » 15 Feb 2024, 05:13

Larry still missing?
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Re: return of the live gigs

Postby mudshark » 15 Feb 2024, 16:00

No! It's still Bram van den Berg from the Dutch band Krezip. He's still wondering when he's going to wake up.
With drinks costing that much, what were the ticket prices?
There's a big difference between kneeling down and bending over

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Re: return of the live gigs

Postby Hightea » 18 Feb 2024, 03:58

mudshark wrote:No! It's still Bram van den Berg from the Dutch band Krezip. He's still wondering when he's going to wake up.
With drinks costing that much, what were the ticket prices?


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had it wrong water was $8 and drinks $22-$30.

Tickets were $267(taxes) - first nite I got GA for $204.
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Re: return of the live gigs

Postby mudshark » 18 Feb 2024, 13:26

Wow, but not as wow as what Mr. Young and his band of horses are demanding for attendance in Dallas.
There's a big difference between kneeling down and bending over

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Re: return of the live gigs

Postby Hightea » 06 Mar 2024, 04:57

mudshark wrote:Wow, but not as wow as what Mr. Young and his band of horses are demanding for attendance in Dallas.

Just bought Neil for Forest Hills. Going to be an interesting week : Neil, The Swans, Echo and the Bunnymen and Dixie Dregs.

Saw two bands last week
The Kills was a great night. The heartworms opened up for them and were great for a young band.
The Kills have a lot of energy for a duo and had a Mellotron. Interesting to see a Mellotron and just a singer.





Went with my brother to Big Big Train. The put on a nice show although I'm only a mild fan.
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Re: return of the live gigs

Postby Hugh » 06 Mar 2024, 09:53

Australian country outlaw, Henry Wagons with Lachlan Bryan on keys.

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Re: return of the live gigs

Postby Hugh » 08 Mar 2024, 10:41

The amazing Georgia Crandon. What a voice she has.

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Re: return of the live gigs

Postby Hugh » 15 Mar 2024, 20:35

Silveroller. The singer reminds me of someone but I can't think who.

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Re: return of the live gigs

Postby Hugh » 15 Mar 2024, 20:40

Duch band DeWolff

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Re: return of the live gigs

Postby C » 15 Mar 2024, 22:29

Great photos lads

(Any of Ginger Baker’s Airforce?)

Have I ever told you I was there….?


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Re: return of the live gigs

Postby Hightea » 24 Mar 2024, 00:50

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Re: return of the live gigs

Postby Hugh » 15 Apr 2024, 22:53

Twisted Nerve

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Re: return of the live gigs

Postby Hugh » 15 Apr 2024, 23:02

Doctors of Madness

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Re: return of the live gigs

Postby Hightea » 19 Apr 2024, 05:17

The Last Dinner Party


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Re: return of the live gigs

Postby Hugh » 25 Apr 2024, 19:57

Izo FitzRoy

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Re: return of the live gigs

Postby Neige » 26 Apr 2024, 05:53

Love your pics, Hugh, they invariably make me go and check out anything that's unfamiliar.
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